Germany's first insider-trading conviction under a year-old law bolsters claims by Frankfurt officials that Germany can create more transparent financial markets. Federal authorities fined Harald Kronseder, a member of the founding family of beverage-machinery maker Krones, $1.3 million. Kronseder sold $800,000 worth of shares last November before Krones revised its profit forecasts downward.
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